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Empowering
The Digital
Economy

The present economic unrest and the uncertainty of the future call on the world to look beyond conventional solutions, learning from history while leveraging 21st century tools. Through the advent of containerization, the resulting increase in trade efficiency was pivotal in reviving the global economy and contributing to global economic growth over the past 56 years. The cargo container secured goods against theft and damage, while also reducing loading costs from USD 5.86 to USD 0.16 per ton.

Today, with the Digital Economy, we can do it again. We can reduce the world's trade cost by USD 700 Billion every year. This is only the first step in establishing a solid foundation to increase trade by USD 1.2 Trillion, providing a USD 6 Trillion market opportunity for the service industry, generating nearly one hundred million jobs around the world.

In pursuing a sustained economic growth plan, the custodians of the global economy have turned to the Digital Economy without identifying what it should do, where they should start and how much it would cost. They understand however, that the actual objective is not the pursuit of the Digital Economy for its own sake but for the restoration of global economic health. Experts worldwide agree that trade is a key factor to sustain economic growth. Therefore we must start from there.

GCEL has been officially chosen by public and private organizations around the world to lead this effort to increase global trade. GCEL is recognized as having the economic goals to meet the aspirations of most world citizens, the roadmap and the required tools to reach the proposed economic goal, as well as the global consensus of its program, all representing the proven formula to ensure a successful and rapid delivery of the desperately needed Digital Economy, re-balancing the world economy and providing prosperity for generations to come.

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  • Malaysia, the world’s #1 Islamic country in Trade and Top 10 most competitive nation commits to HumaWealth innovation as the cornerstone for sustained economic growth.

  • Indonesia’ Central Bank and National Chamber of Commerce & Industry (KADIN) declare GCEL’s Soft Infrastructure is vital for its economy.

  • The UAB, the largest Arab banking association with 340 member banks, pledges to promote GCEL’s global initiative to benefit Arab Banks and enhance commercial and investment opportunities.

  • Together with GCEL, The Association of Development Financing Institutions in Asia and the Pacific (ADFIAP), representing 120 development banks, announce the establishment of the Global SME Fund to finance SMEs and infrastructure development.

  • Jordanian government and the industry associations acclaim the HumaWealth Program’s solid roadmap to meet the economic ambitions and aspirations of the Arab world’s youth.

  • The Confederation of Indian industry, including leading technology firms, praise GCEL’s innovative, open standard global trading platform bringing the entire supply chain into one global world.

  • Turkey’s fiscal and monetary authorities emphasize HumaWealth Program’s innovation to reduce the global annual trade cost by 700 billion USD, increase trade by 1.2 trillion USD and create 100 million jobs.

  • The HumaWealth Program addresses Africa’s economic challenges by reducing annual trade costs by USD 28.4 Billion, increasing trade and creating millions of jobs, driving sustained economic growth.

  • India’s Minister of Shipping and Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) adopt Shipment Efficiency Analysis (SEA) as industry benchmark for Indian businesses to achieve operations excellence and reduce excess annual trade costs by USD 16.5 Billion.

  • Thirty (30) CEOs from 10 ASEAN countries convene in Vietnam to applaud the HumaWealth Program’s reduction of trade costs by 30% and business operating costs by 15%.

  • Singapore, rated #1 for trade efficiency, hails the HumaWealth program as having the potential to completely change the way in which logistics operations are planned.

  • Tunisia recognizes the need for the Digital Economy Platform to replace manual tools in order to increase trade efficiency and reinforce the economy.

  • UN ESCWA, Lebanese and Tunisian government officials salute GCEL’s HumaWealth Program for harnessing the power of innovation to create 32 million jobs in the South Med region.

  • AUC executes a strategic partnership with GCEL to increase trade efficiency and enhance transparency towards integrating African Trade and creating 32 million jobs in the MEA region.

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Global Consensus

GCEL Co-Chairman, Captain Samuel Salloum, presents Malaysia’s Trade Efficiency Assessment Report to The Honorable Dato' Sri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak Prime Minister of Malaysia at the 9th World Islamic Economic Forum (WIEF) in London, United Kingdom

WHY? Malaysia public-private sector representatives agree with GCEL that with the Digital Economy, Malaysia can achieve:

USD 11 Billion in trade costs reduction

USD 52 Billion in trade increase

2.72 Million new job opportunities in Malaysia alone

Yet the three major benefits outlined above are only the beginning.

Enhanced cargo security, improved food safety, faster disaster response and a reduced carbon footprint are other major benefits delivered by the Digital Economy Platform.

Malaysia SEA Report

 

GCEL’s Co-Chairman Captain Samuel Salloum

“We have taken the first step towards realization of the global Digital Economy. This assessment shows where we are and where we must go; and best of all it shows us how to get there. By diagnosing and acting upon trade efficiency challenges and leveraging on the Digital Economy through new performance standards, we create a solid foundation for sustained economic growth.”

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Witnessed By Malaysia’s Prime Minister Dato’ Najib Razak, The Largest Project Announced At The 9th WIEF In London Aims To Transform 57 OIC Countries To A New Digital Era Projecting $1.2 Trillion Global Trade Increase

Witnessed By Malaysia’s Prime Minister Dato’ Najib Razak, The Largest Project Announced At The 9th WIEF In London Aims To Transform 57 OIC Countries To A New Digital Era Projecting $1.2 Trillion Global Trade Increase

 

Why is the MOU announced at the 9th World Islamic Economic Forum (WIEF), between GCEL and ICDT- OIC, vital?

The MOU solidifies OIC Countries’ participation in GCEL’s global initiative.  And as a first step to deploy the Digital Economy Platform, GCEL conducted trade efficiency assessments with the governments and private sector experts of:

  • - Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the wealthiest Islamic Nation
  • - Indonesia, the Largest Islamic Nation
  • - Malaysia, the Leading Islamic Nation in Trade
  • - India, as one of the Major trading partners for Islamic Nations.

 

GCEL surveyed 40% of Asia, with 20% of the world’s population, where 82% of trade participants have no system and 87% are calling for the Digital Economy Platform.

H.E. Dr. Surin Pitsuwan, GCEL Asia’s Advisory Board Chairman, former ASEAN Secretary General and former Thailand Minister of Foreign Affairs

“GCEL’s Digital Economy Platform will deliver what the world needs that will definitely contribute to our Prosperity, Jobs, Security and Peace. When fully implemented, the world will realize a USD 700 billion reduction in annual logistics costs for trade; USD 1.2 trillion in increased annual trade; a new USD 6 trillion service sector opportunity for our finance, insurance and technology industries, generating nearly 100 million jobs, by 2020.”

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Entrusted By More Than 150 Countries The Association Of Development Financing Institutions In Asia and The Pacific (ADFIAP) Triggers An Equal Opportunity Process For The E-Hub Of The World To Empower Digital Economy

How will GCEL and ADFIAP cooperate to deploy the Digital Economy Platform?

GCEL signed an agreement with ADFIAP as the lead procurement agent for the conduct of a global request for proposal (RFP) to select the world’s most qualified academic, government and technology partners to lead the “E-Hub of the World” that will maintain and enhance the Integrated Four Dimensional Digital Economy (I-4DDE) Platform.

 The Digital Economy Platform will provide the required tools to improve the efficiency and security of global trade to:

  • - Reduce annual global trade cost by USD 700 billion
  • - Increase global trade by USD 1.2 trillion
  • - Create new USD 6 trillion service market opportunity for finance, technology and insurance firms
  • - Generate 100 million jobs worldwide

Leading organizations from around the world officially submitted their interest to take part in the RFP.

The benefits to the selected Academic partner include access to:

  • - Nearly USD 15 billion in R&D funding
  • - An equity endowment projected to reach USD 61 billion by 2025
  • - Global recognition distinguishing the university’s contribution to global economic prosperity and well-being
  • - Attract the best students and enrich quality of life for alumni through best in class graduate and intern jobs

With the world’s 12 best technology firms, the E-Hub of the world will unleash what technology can make possible by connecting the world’s trade in a more efficient way.

Mr. Octavio B. Peralta, ADFIAP Secretary General

“This is our second engagement with GCEL where we previously issued a joint publication The Tools and Road Map for SME Prosperity in the 21st Century that included our communiqué for the establishment of the GCEL Global SME Fund. This fund, generated through the Digital Economic Platform, is projected to reach nearly USD 1 trillion by 2025 and will give millions of SMEs hope in seizing their dreams as we provide greater access to financing.”

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Global Consensus

Right now, the world is searching for a new way to rebalance regional and global economies. The HumaWealth Program from GCEL harnesses technological innovation and provides the tools and the roadmap necessary to expand trade and sustain economic growth.

The custodians of the world economy agree that trade is the key factor to sustained economic growth. Therefore we must start, with trade. The HumaWealth Program, launched by the Global Coalition for Efficient Logistics, deploys the Digital Economy Platform quickly and at no cost to end users. It connects regional strengths and recovers lost opportunities so trade expands and supports new jobs achieving global economic rebalancing.

National governments and global international organizations have already endorsed and or joined GCEL and the HumaWealth Program. There are four levels of involvement and here’s how you can become a valued partner in our mission:

  • Support: As a supporting partner, you act as an ambassador for HumaWealth on a non-exclusive basis, speaking at events and participating in the issuance of joint press releases.
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  • Membership: A non-exclusive but higher level of relationship where accepted  members can participate in general meetings and  provide their expert advice and counsel. Members can be invited to participate further on a  relevant GCEL Sub-Committee, the choice of which depends upon the member's field of expertise.
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  • MOU/Joint Publications: A more developed, but non-exclusive, business relationship involving specific projects with defined courses of action and deliverables. Memoranda of Understanding have been signed with many governments and regional and international organizations.
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  • Exclusive Strategic Partnerships: This is the highest level of support, involving exclusive strategic agreements regarding global e-commerce, e-finance, e-insurance and e-logistics.
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  • Together we can share the HumaWealth Program with the global economic community, and transform the way the world does business.

 

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GCEL Asia Advisory Board Led by Former ASEAN Secretary General Advocate Empowering the Digital Economy in Asia and the World

WHY? Asian public-private sector representatives agree with GCEL that with the Digital Economy, Asia can achieve:

USD 194 Billion in trade costs reduction

USD 288 Billion in trade increase

29.7 Million new job opportunities

Yet the three major benefits outlined above are only the beginning.

Enhanced cargo security, improved food safety, better disaster response and a reduced carbon footprint are other major benefits delivered by the Digital Economy Platform.

The ASEAN HumaWealth Program Document


H.E. Dr. Surin Pitsuwan - Former Secretary General at ASEAN and Thailand Former Minister of Foreign Affairs

      • “This is a major initiative that places a significant responsibility in our hands. We must present this opportunity to our respective countries to benefit from trade cost reduction, trade increase and the millions of jobs it will generate.”

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Entrusted to Advance Economic Integration and Trade Efficiency between the 57 Islamic Countries the ICDT Executes a Strategic Agreement with GCEL to Expedite and Enhance the Success of Its Mission

WHY? OIC countries, spread over the Asia and MEA regions, agree with GCEL that with the Digital Economy:

Asia can achieve:

USD 194 Billion in trade costs reduction

USD 288 Billion in trade increase

29.7 Million new job opportunities

 

MEA can achieve:

USD 64 Billion in trade costs reduction

USD 389 Billion in trade increase (imports & exports)

32 Million new job opportunities

Yet the major benefits outlined above are only the beginning.

Enhanced cargo security, improved food safety, better disaster response and a reduced carbon footprint are other major benefits delivered by the Digital Economy Platform.

The ASEAN HumaWealth Program Document

The Europe & MEA HumaWealth Program Document


Dr. El Hassane Hzaine - Director General, Islamic Center for the Development of Trade (ICDT)

"The OIC countries must be ready to occupy the role they deserve in this new trade order and overcome the obstacles that hinder regional integration in the region, in particular non-tariff barriers including logistics issues. Therefore, a key foundation requires that we commit to trade efficiency and transparency which is the basis for our partnership with GCEL."

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N-MSG Council

    • "The citizens of the MEA region are in need to transform their fear of an unknown economic future to the hope for a better tomorrow. It is our responsibility to join forces and transform their hope into confidence. Only with a clear execution plan we can transform this confidence to reality."

      The New Millennium Standard For Growth (N-MSG) Council is a joint initiative led by GCEL and includes the League of Arab States (LAS), the African Union (AU), and the Islamic Center for Development of Trade (ICDT). The N-MSG Council was created to support the Aid for Trade program in the MEA region and enjoys the necessary neutrality and agility needed to get the job done. The N-MSG Council roadmap has been endorsed and validated by 156 countries, 21 NGOs, members of the private sector representing a 2.7 Million workforce from technology, finance, and insurance industry servicing 60% of the world’s GDP.

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Exclusive Strategic Partnerships

WHY? 25 world-class technology firms who executed strategic agreements agree with GCEL that the Digital Economy Platform will:

  • Provide IT companies a market opportunity in excess of USD 400 billion by 2020
  • Increase the return on investment (ROI) for their current customer bases
    • Offer 10% participation in Integrated Technology Provider revenue
    • Offer 10% in Financial and Insurance revenue
    • Offer 20% in Advertising and Market Exchange revenue
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  • Benefits to All

  • In anticipation to the selection stage that will take place during the Genesis Event, 25 world-class technology firms with a 2010 annual revenue of more than USD 396 billion, and with more than 1.8 million employees have already joined GCEL’s membership and executed Exclusive Strategic Agreements related to the global e-commerce, e-finance, e-insurance and e-logistics.

  • 12 companies will be selected from around the globe through a transparent, equal opportunity process as “Gateways” to deliver the Digital Economy Platform to businesses around the world and are motivated by a new market opportunity for the services industry projected to reach USD 6 trillion by 2020.

  • The unprecedented foundation of GCEL's initiative is that it offsets monopolistic and geopolitical concerns by ensuring that as everyone benefits, they also have the equal opportunity to be part of its deployment. Everyone has the opportunity to be an integral part of this global initiative and reap numerous benefits. Are you part of it yet?

 

 

 

 

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Major Synergies between GCEL’s Global Program and RCEP’s Trade Objectives Lauded by Executive Secretary General of China-ASEAN Business Council and Newly Appointed GCEL Board Member

WHY? Asia's public-private sector representatives agree with GCEL that with the Digital Economy, China can achieve:

USD 82 Billion in trade costs reduction

USD 128 Billion in trade increase

29.7 Million new job opportunities in the Asia region alone

Yet the three major benefits outlined above are only the beginning.

Enhanced cargo security, improved food safety, better disaster response and a reduced carbon footprint are other major benefits delivered by the Digital Economy Platform.

The ASEAN HumaWealth Program Document


Mr. Xu Ningning - Deputy Secretary General of the China-ASEAN Business Council and Secretary General of the Southeast Asia Institute of China

“The RCEP covers nearly half the world’s population. GCEL’s innovative digital trade platform will greatly accelerate the RCEP’s objectives to expand free trade agreements and further trade integration in China, Asia and the world.”

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GCEL Delegation Led By Former APEC Executive Director Presents How OIC Countries Can Save Up To $75 Billion Annually On Their Trade Cost And Achieve Full Economic Integration

WHY? OIC countries agree with GCEL that with the Digital Economy, the world can achieve:

USD 700 Billion in trade costs reduction

USD 1.2 Trillion in trade increase

Nearly 100 Million new job opportunities

Yet the three major benefits outlined above are only the beginning.

Enhanced cargo security, improved food safety, better disaster response and a reduced carbon footprint are other major benefits delivered by the Digital Economy Platform

The Europe & MEA HumaWealth Program Document

The ASEAN HumaWealth Program Document


Ambassador Dato' Muhamad Noor Yacob - Former Executive Director of APEC

“Triggered by economic crises, the G8 has been seeking rescue from the technology industry as one of the ways to help today’s economy. This initiated the global expedition to identify the ‘Digital Economy’ and until today a clear definition has yet to be outlined. I am honored to join GCEL for the concrete answer it brings to this dilemma. GCEL’s visionary and innovative Digital Economy Platform will help to produce sustained economic growth by transforming international trade; making it more efficient, more cost effective, and more integrated than ever before.” 

 

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GCEL Welcomes the United Nations Capital Development Fund as a Member.

WHY? the United Nations Officials agree with GCEL that with the Digital Economy, the world can achieve:

 USD 700 Billion in trade costs reduction

USD 1.2 Trillion in trade increase

 100 Million new job opportunities in the four corners of the world

 Yet the three major benefits outlined above are only the beginning.

 Enhanced cargo security, improved food safety, better disaster response and a reduced carbon footprint are other major benefits delivered by the Digital Economy Platform.


Mr. David Morisson - Executive Secretary - United Nations Captial Development Fund 

""This is a big idea when such ideas are sorely lacking."

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GCEL and the League of Arab States Sign a Memorandum of Understanding to Implement the HumaWealth Program.

WHY? The League of Arab States agrees with GCEL that with the Digital Economy, its member countries can achieve:

USD 64 Billion in trade costs reduction

USD 389 Billion in trade increase (imports & exports)

32 Million new job opportunities in the MEA region alone

Yet the three major benefits outlined above are only the beginning.

Enhanced cargo security, improved food safety, better disaster response and a reduced carbon footprint are other major benefits delivered by the Digital Economy Platform.

The Europe & MEA HumaWealth Program Document


Mohammed Al-Twaijri - LAS Deputy Secretary General for Economic Affairs

“This agreement could not come at a perfect time for this region. As never before, we must find ways to use the power of innovation to drive economic progress and put the region’s youth to work.”

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The African Union, representing 1 Billion people in 54 States, Signs MOU with GCEL Global Initiative to Deploy the Digital Economy.

WHY? The African Union's representatives agree with GCEL that with the Digital Economy, the MEA region can achieve:

USD 64 Billion in trade costs reduction

USD 389 Billion in trade increase (imports & exports)

32 Million new job opportunities in the MEA region alone

Yet the three major benefits outlined above are only the beginning.

Enhanced cargo security, improved food safety, better disaster response and a reduced carbon footprint are other major benefits delivered by the Digital Economy Platform.

The Europe & MEA HumaWealth Program Document


H.E. Dr. Erastus Mwencha - Deputy Chairperson - African Union Commission

"This journey that we start today is one that we have waited for some time in Africa."

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The Organization of American States, Representing 35 Countries and 30% of the World's GDP, Executes MOU with GCEL to Deploy the Digital Economy Platform

WHY? OAS representatives agree with GCEL that with the Digital Economy, the Americas can achieve:

USD 138 Billion in trade costs reduction

USD 529 Billion in trade increase

27.3 Million new job opportunities

Yet the three major benefits outlined above are only the beginning.

Enhanced cargo security, improved food safety, better disaster response and a reduced carbon footprint are other major benefits delivered by the Digital Economy Platform.


Ambassador Mauricio Cortes Costa - Executive Secretary, Organization of American States (OAS)

“This cooperation represents a huge step forward in changing the whole concept of trade while maintaining the valuable goal of social and economic development, which indefinitely leads to political and security stability---The agreement reflects the major importance of such a relationship in the light of the ever increasing demand of such global solutions, and will be extremely important to the future of the 120 million SMEs in the Hemisphere.”

 

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India, a G20 Country, Executes an MOU with GCEL to Deploy 21st Century Digital Economy.

WHY? Indian public-private sector representatives agree with GCEL that with the Digital Economy, India can achieve:

USD 16.4 Billion in trade costs reduction

USD 80.3 Billion in trade increase

29.7 Million new job opportunities in the Asia region alone

Yet the three major benefits outlined above are only the beginning.

Enhanced cargo security, improved food safety, better disaster response and a reduced carbon footprint are other major benefits delivered by the Digital Economy Platform.

The ASEAN HumaWealth Program Document


Dr. Sarita Nagpal - Deputy Secretary General – Confederation of Indian Industry

  •  "We’re really doing this because we saw a lot of work and merit, Indians cannot ever turn down a good offer, a good deal, and I think that’s what today is all about, it’s a good deal."
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India, G20 Country and Silicon Valley of the East Signs MOU to Deploy GCEL’S Digital Economy Platform

WHY? Indian public-private sector representatives agree with GCEL that with the Digital Economy, India can achieve:

USD 16.4 Billion in trade costs reduction

USD 80.3 Billion in trade increase

29.7 Million new job opportunities in the Asia region alone

Yet the three major benefits outlined above are only the beginning.

Enhanced cargo security, improved food safety, better disaster response and a reduced carbon footprint are other major benefits delivered by the Digital Economy Platform.

The ASEAN HumaWealth Program Document


 Mr. K. V. Mahidhar - Head of Logistics Institute – Confederation of Indian Industry

  • "GCEL is a good opportunity for us to work on these areas in a systematic fashion. We feel that as far as this study is connected as a part of GCEL or other areas, there’s an excellent opportunity for us to reduce the operating cost in double digits."

 

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United Nations ESCWA Embraces HUmaWealth to Boost Inta-Arab Trade

WHY? ESCWA agrees with GCEL that the Digital Economy can help its member countries:

Improve inter-Arab trade efficiency through regional integration

Reduce inter-Arab trade costs

Mobilize resources and create balanced development

Create  new job opportunities

Yet the three major benefits outlined above are only the beginning.

Enhanced cargo security, improved food safety, better disaster response and a reduced carbon footprint are other major benefits delivered by the Digital Economy Platform.

The Europe & MEA HumaWealth Program Document


Dr. Abdullah Dardari - Head of EDGD - UN ESCWA

 "ESCWA is very keen on the GCEL project, because our economic and econometrics relation has demonstrated very clearly the direct and very important results that could be achieved from the improvement of trade facilitation by reducing costs and eliminating non-tariff barriers."

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G20 Member Turkey Declares HumaWealth Program Will Spark Global Economic Growth Through Innovation

WHY? Turkish public-private sector representatives agree with GCEL that with the Digital Economy, Turkey can achieve:

USD 7.7 Billion in trade costs reduction

USD 35 Billion in trade increase

32 Million new job opportunities in the MEA region alone

Yet the three major benefits outlined above are only the beginning.

Enhanced cargo security, improved food safety, better disaster response and a reduced carbon footprint are other major benefits delivered by the Digital Economy Platform.

The Europe & MEA HumaWealth Program Document


H.E. Mehmet Simsek - Minister of Finance, Turkey

"I am delighted to be part of this. I am delighted to welcome this initiative. I think it is a very important one because we need to continuously focus on how to do things better, you know with less resources and that’s really essentially innovation."

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Malaysia, the Number One Islamic Country in Trade, Signs MOU for Deployment of GCEL Global Initiative

WHY? Malaysian public-private sector representatives agree with GCEL that with the Digital Economy, Malaysia can achieve:

  • USD 9.8 Billion in trade costs reduction

    USD 52 Billion in trade increase

    29.7 Million new job opportunities in the Asia region alone

    Yet the three major benefits outlined above are only the beginning.

    Enhanced cargo security, improved food safety, better disaster response and a reduced carbon footprint are other major benefits delivered by the Digital Economy Platform.

    The ASEAN HumaWealth Program Document


    YB Dato’ Mukhriz Tun Mahathir - Deputy Minister – Ministry of International Trade and Industry MITI, Malaysia
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      • "This is where GCEL can play its part in bringing together nations, as well as both the private and public sectors, to adopt and implement specific, realistic, and novel ideas to improve the way we do things."
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Singapore, the World’s Number One Country in Trade Efficiency Supports GCEL’s Global Initiative

 WHY? Singaporean private sector representatives agree with GCEL that with the Digital Economy, Singapore can achieve:

USD 10.1 Billion in trade costs reduction

USD 98.04 Billio in trade increase

29.7 Million new job opportunities in the Asia region alone

Yet the three major benefits outlined above are only the beginning.

Enhanced cargo security, improved food safety, better disaster response and a reduced carbon footprint are other major benefits delivered by the Digital Economy Platform.

The ASEAN HumaWealth Program Document


 Mr. Philip Overmyer - CEO – Singapore International Chamber of Commerce


"GCEL has the potential to completely change the way in which logistics operations are planned – in terms of its cost profile, the way customers are served and goods are transported and shipped."

 

 

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Vietnam, a World Bank's Development Success Story, supports GCEL Global Initiative

WHY? Vietnamese public-private sector representatives agree with GCEL that with the Digital Economy, Vietnam can achieve:

USD 5.5 Billion a year in trade costs reduction

USD 21.8 Billion in trade increase

27.9 Million new job opportunities in the Asia region alone

Yet the three major benefits outlined above are only the beginning.

Enhanced cargo security, improved food safety, better disaster response and a reduced carbon footprint are other major benefits delivered by the Digital Economy Platform.

The Asia HumaWealth Program Document


Dr. Doan Duy Khuong - Chairman ASEAN Business Advisory Council (ASEAN-BAC and Executive Vice President Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry

"I also want to express on behalf of all people here, to thank GCEL for your hospitality and for hosting this very important event. For the topic I guess is of interest of all people present here and also very good for whole ASEAN development."

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The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Confirms HumaWealth as the Required Roadmap for Job Creation and Sustained Economic Growth

WHY? Jordanian public-private sector representatives agree with GCEL that with the Digital Economy, Jordan can achieve:

USD 1 Billion in trade costs reduction

USD 2.4 Billion in trade increase

32 Million new job opportunities in the MEA region alone

Yet the three major benefits outlined above are only the beginning.

Enhanced cargo security, improved food safety, better disaster response and a reduced carbon footprint are other major benefits delivered by the Digital Economy Platform.

The Europe and MEA HumaWealth Program Document


H.E. Dr. Mohamed Halaika - Head of the International Affairs Committee – Jordanian Parliament

"In the midst of this struggle, this region today is in need of similar initiatives to send a positive sign to the generations searching for new job opportunities."

 

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Tunisia Commends HumaWealth as a “Groundbreaking and Qualitative Step Forward for World Economy and Trade.

 WHY? Tunisian public-private sector representatives agree with GCEL that with the Digital Economy, Tunisia can achieve:

USD 1.7 Billion in trade costs reduction

USD 4.42 Billion in trade increase

32 Million new job opportunities in the MEA region alone

Yet the three major benefits outlined above are only the beginning.

Enhanced cargo security, improved food safety, better disaster response and a reduced carbon footprint are other major benefits delivered by the Digital Economy Platform.

The Europe & MEA HumaWealth Program Document


H.E. Abdel Karim Al-Harouni - Minister of Transport, Tunisia

"We welcome this steppingstone and the respectful GCEL delegation. The HumaWealth Program is groundbreaking and, indeed, a qualitative step forward for the world economy and for trade. It has a great potential to connect global economic interests transforming Tunisia into an advanced platform for digital trade."

 

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Lebanon Takes Initiative and Expresses Support to GCEL's Global Initiative.

WHY? Lebanese public-private sector representatives agree with GCEL that with the Digital Economy, Lebanon can achieve:

USD 568 Million in trade costs reduction

USD 2.74 Billion in trade increase

32 Million new job opportunities in the MEA region alone

Yet the three major benefits outlined above are only the beginning.

Enhanced cargo security, improved food safety, better disaster response and a reduced carbon footprint are other major benefits delivered by the Digital Economy Platform.

Europe & MEA HumaWealth Program Document


H.E. Mohammad Safadi - Minister of Finance, Lebanon

"We salute the Global Coalition for Efficient Logistics and its efforts to launch a global initiative with noble goals that aim at promoting economic growth, harnessing the powers of innovation, and reducing costs of trade."

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Rebalancing the World Economy

GCEL proposes a tangible economic development program founded on deploying the Digital Economy Platform that will create a new era of trade efficiency and sustained economic growth in the four corners of the globe.

The HumaWealth Program can serve as a powerful catalyst to trigger a new wave of benefits across the regions including:

                                                                                                                                                                                       

 

   
 
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